Murphy's Law of Lawyering
Indianapolis lawyer Stephen Terrell recently left a firm to open his own law office. In the process, he is learning some little-known lessons about starting a practice and sharing them on his blog, Hoosier Lawyer. This week, he learned that when only one thing won't work, it's something you need. He describes the lesson this way:
"If you have 20 outlets and jacks in your new office, but only two are absolutely crucial to your start-up operation, it is those two -- and only those two -- which won't work."
Maybe we should call it the Murphy's Law of lawyering.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on April 13, 2006 at 10:15 AM | Permalink
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